Last week was the second anniversary of the Open Translation Project’s launch – Congrats, again TED!
To date, TED’s volunteer translators have created over 18,000 translations of TEDTalks in 81 languages. For the occasion, the TED blog folks asked a few translators to tell us (in English and the language they translate in) about some of the talks they’ve worked on by filling in the sentence:
(Name of talk) is the most __________ talk I’ve translated because …
dotSUB folks were moved by many of the 10 wonderful responses which you’ll enjoy. One of our favorites:
Iva Todorova, Bulgarian translator:
“Benjamin Zander on music and passion is the most inspiring talk I’ve translated because I believe the shortest way to make the world a better place is by loving what we do, and by sharing our passion with other people.”
Yes, Iva, we agree – brava!